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Update: travel not recommended advisories lifted

Highway 9 north of Carlyle and Highway 13 west of the town are affected.
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Travel not recommended advisories have come to an end Friday in the southeast.

CARLYLE - The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure has lifted the travel not recommended advisories for southeast Saskatchewan. 

Travel was not recommended for much of the day on Highway 13 from Kisbey to Carlyle. Similar advisories were in effect at various points in the day for Highway 13 from Stoughton to Kisbey and Carlyle to the Manitoba border, and on Highway 9 from Carlyle to the White Bear First Nations. 

Other highways in the southeast reported that winter conditions existed, while some report seasonal driving conditions. will have more details as they become available.